Wrong. Women were locked out of men's side of societal shaping. Women's historical impact on life is equal as a whole. You discount the shaping of homelife and nurturing of children, etc., -- basically the yang to men's yin. Most women didn't want to plow the field. They weren't as physically equipped to do so. The same can be said of men who are not equipped to breastfeed. You forget or deny that not all women throughout history felt oppressed. There were well-meaning and mutually respected natural orders and reasons for how families and societies shaped themselves, each sex operating within their skill sets. Each sex taught their offspring how to take care of each other in order to survive.
I agree with you on this point. There were/are abuses we can point fingers at. But women certainly have more choices now, at least in Western countries, and societal order is continuing to self-balance itself because we have more unisex options. Modern society dictates these changes. That's a good thing, but that wasn't always so.